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March 05, 2024

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Committee Chamber Bill Short Title Time Room Status
Public Health and Welfare Senate HB2777 Prohibiting an employee of the office of the state fire marshal from wearing or operating a body camera during an on-site inspection at a patient care facility. 08:30 AM 142-S Stream Committee Room Past
Public Health and Welfare Senate HB2596 Adding and removing certain substances in schedules I, II, IV and V of the uniform controlled substances act and making conforming changes to the criminal code definition of "fentanyl-related controlled substances." 08:30 AM 142-S Stream Committee Room Past
Agriculture and Natural Resources Senate HB2477 Increasing the maximum reimbursement from the Kansas agricultural remediation fund from $200,000 to $300,000 for an eligible person and from $400,000 to $600,000 when both a buyer and a seller or a lessee and a lessor are responsible for remediation and increasing the amount available to the Kansas agricultural remediation board for administrative overhead expenses from $150,000 to $175,000. 08:30 AM 144-S Stream Committee Room Past
Transportation Senate HB2501 Designating the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe #3415 as the official state steam locomotive and the Abilene & Smoky Valley Railroad as the official state heritage railroad. 08:30 AM 546-S Stream Committee Room Past
Veterans and Military House SB431 Directing the capitol preservation committee to approve plans for a memorial honoring Emil Joseph Kapaun. 09:00 AM 281-N Stream Committee Room Past
Veterans and Military House SB292 Updating statutes related to the Kansas army and air national guard, providing for the appointment of a state judge advocate and providing for the adjustment of death and disability benefits. 09:00 AM 281-N Stream Committee Room Past
Financial Institutions and Insurance Senate 09:30 AM 546-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Financial Institutions and Insurance Senate SB505 Increasing the KPERS retirement benefit multiplier for members who are security officers of the department of corrections. 09:30 AM 546-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Assessment and Taxation Senate SB498 Establishing a tax credit for contributions to eligible charitable organizations operating pregnancy centers or residential maternity facilities and establishing a child tax credit, increasing the tax credit amount for adoption expenses and making the credit refundable and providing a sales tax exemption for pregnancy resource centers and residential maternity facilities. 09:30 AM 548-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Local Government Senate HB2587 Authorizing the board of directors for a drainage district to hold a meeting in executive session in accordance with the open meetings act. 09:30 AM 142-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Local Government Senate HB2661 Requiring vacancies in county commissioner districts created by an increase in the number of commissioner districts be filled at the next general election and providing for staggered terms for such newly elected county commissioners. 09:30 AM 142-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Judiciary Senate HB2522 Requiring the secretary of corrections to prepare inmates for release from custody and assist with gathering identification documentation. 10:30 AM 346-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Judiciary Senate HB2490 Providing that each juvenile offender case length limit extension shall be for not longer than 90 days. 10:30 AM 346-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Judiciary Senate HB2698 Allowing juvenile offenders in the custody of the secretary of corrections to leave the juvenile correctional facility for certain programming and educational opportunities when approved by the secretary. 10:30 AM 346-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Federal and State Affairs Senate SB511 Permitting beer and hard cider sales by microbreweries to retailers, public venues, clubs, drinking establishments, holders of temporary permits and caterers and allowing such sales at special events to consumers. 10:30 AM 144-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Corrections and Juvenile Justice House SB190 Requiring a waiver of extradition proceedings as a condition of release prior to trial for any person charged with a felony. 01:30 PM 546-S Stream Committee Room Canceled
Health and Human Services House SB352 Enacting the John D. Springer patient's bill of rights to require hospitals to allow in-person visitation, adopt visitation policies and procedures and creating a civil cause of action for violation of such rights. 01:30 PM 112-N Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Commerce, Labor and Economic Development House SB333 Removing the expiration provision for the state use law committee. 01:30 PM 346-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Health and Human Services House SB433 Clarifying practice privileges of institutional license holders. 01:30 PM 112-N Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Utilities Senate HB2588 Increasing the capacity limitation for the total amount of facilities subject to net metering that may operate within the service territory of investor-owned electric utilities, requiring facilities to be appropriately sized based on the customer's average load and establishing requirements for exporting power to a utility from a facility subject to net metering. 01:30 PM 548-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Transportation House SB410 Designating a portion of United States highway 69 as the Ken W Brock memorial highway and a portion of United States highway 81 as the Merle Miller memorial highway. 01:30 PM 582-N Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Transportation House SB399 Requiring vehicle dealers and salvage vehicle dealers to file monthly reports by the 25th day of the month. 01:30 PM 582-N Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Welfare Reform House HB2723 Making appropriations for the department for aging and disability services for FY 2025 and creating a program for cities to improve and develop infrastructure for homeless shelters. 01:30 PM 152-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Corrections and Juvenile Justice House SB414 Increasing the criminal penalties for unlawful distribution of fentanyl-related controlled substances. 01:30 PM 546-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Education Senate SB479 Transferring teachers from the KPERS 3 cash balance plan to the KPERS 2 plan and defining teachers for purposes of KPERS. 01:30 PM 144-S Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Judiciary House HB2780 Requiring persons who file lawsuits for wrongful conviction compensation to prove additional information, changing the compensation rates to daily rates instead of yearly rates and limiting housing assistance offered to such persons. 03:30 PM 582-N Stream Committee Room Scheduled
Judiciary House SB190 Requiring a waiver of extradition proceedings as a condition of release prior to trial for any person charged with a felony. 03:30 PM 582-N Stream Committee Room Scheduled
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